ask the university. only thet can tell you why. It could possibly be the B prediction or something else like your PS or to do with your GCSEs
(Original post by PhoenixFortune)
I think ageshallnot was also asking if you met the A level requirements, which your predictions don't I'm afraid (Leeds ask for AAA in specific subjects). That may be why you didn't get any further with your application.
Email the university's undergraduate admissions and ask. If they can't give you the answer, they will be able to direct you to someone who can.
A-level: AAA excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking.
Two of your A-levels must be in traditional academic subjects. Please see our accepted A-level subjects document to check your subjects.
If your choice of A-level subjects has been constrained by factors outside your control (such as if your school or college did not offer certain subjects), please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office to discuss your application.
GCSE: We expect applicants to have a substantial number of GCSE passes at a high standard. Applicants from countries where English is not the first language will also need a grade B in GCSE English language, or another appropriate English language qualification, see below.
You predictions dont meet the entry requirement as you have been predicted a B and Leeds want straight As. Did you choose 2 traditional academic subjects. This isnt a requirement for most universities but is for Leeds. Maybe you dont meet the GCSE requirements to have a high susubstantial number of GCSE passes at a high standard. Do they mean As instead of Bs
Last edited by swanseajack1; 4 weeks ago
UCAS calculator? Yeah, universities don't recommend using it, as proven with your experience.